AT&T will release three new BlackBerry phones running the new BlackBerry OS 7, AOL launches it own daily iPad-only magazine called Editions, and McAfee in a report in Vanity Fair reveals a new major hacking attack called "Operation: Shady RAT" that has been targeting government and private industry.
AT&T will release three new BlackBerry phones running the new OS 7, AOL launches it own daily iPad-only magazine called Editions, and McAfee reveals a massive, worldwide hacking attack called Operation: Shady RAT that has been targeting government and private industry.
Microsoft, Yahoo, and IAC have accepted ads for Web sites that sell pharmaceuticals without requiring a prescription, CNET has learned, a practice that reportedly landed Google in legal trouble.
The European Union's head of consumer affairs is cracking down on Web sites that sell cell phone services, such as ringtones.
This year a handful of companies showed off questionably legal console emulators, passing them off as safe to sell.
One of the interesting trends we saw at the lackluster gaming showcase at this year's CES was an abundance of Nintendo, Super Nintendo, and Sega Genesis hardware manufactured by third-party companies. But is it legal?
School president apologies for a "sophisticated" security breach that exposed the sensitive personal information faculty, staff, and students at the school since 1998.
The teen wanted the console for his son, but was fuming when a picture of it arrived in the post.
Two Norwegian artists create a giant glowing light sculpture and take it on a road trip through regions that get little or no sun in winter.